Many are looking to uninstall Kaspersky Lab software from their computers, amidst recent plans by the Department of Homeland Security to "remove and discontinue present and future use of the products."
While Kaspersky’s instructions for this may paint the process as straight-forward, we’ve often seen issues in uninstalling Kaspersky anti-virus, for example:
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This is my school project / assignment scenario - I have to draw a Logical Network Design...NEED HELP
The rollout of the wireless network has been suspended for now, but the stock analysis tool is being implemented. It is to be called My Stock Analysis Tool (MSAT). MSAT is going to use a three-tier client-server architecture. The tiers will be a web browser at the client end, a separate web server tier, and the MSAT server that performs application logic and all the data storage and access logic. In this way, there is no issue with installing/supporting a software client on end-user computers. Both customers and DRUB staff will use MSAT through a web-based interface, although staff may see extra options. Apart from accessing MSAT, staff also use Microsoft spreadsheet and word processing software on their computers (Windows XP PCs and laptops) for preparing reports, with work-in-progress files stored on staff computers.
Is there any downloadable software for Windows or for other devices connected to our network (such as cell phones)that would detect devices that are sending out SPAM. Our internet provider has suspended our outbound email services until they know that we've fixed the problem. I'd like to test all devices on the network to find out the source of the spamming. Any ideas?